Antigonish Landing Trail
|Record #: ACO0076||Last Modified: 11 Apr 2019||Last Full Update: 29 Jul 2014|
|Located In||Antigonish Landing|
|Where To Find Us|
|Areas Served||Antigonish County|
|Contact||Department of Transportation Infrastructure Renewal|
|Description & Services|
|Information||The Antigonish Landing trail offers pleasant views of farmland and hills across the waterway. A new subdivision was built alongside the trail, which still has many forested areas intact. At the end of the trail it may save some time to head back along the highway, but it is not recommended since there are not continuous sidewalks.
Directions: Take Exit 32 or 33 to Antigonish town from the Trans-Canada Highway 104 and continue east along Main Street following the signs to the Antigonish Heritage Museum. Cross the railroad tracks and take Adam street, the first street to the right. Drive past Nova Scotia Power and MacGillivray Fuels Ltd. There is a small parking lot where the road ends.
Use: Walking, Jogging, Biking
Length: 2.5 km one way, 4.5 km with highway loop
Type: Out and back, can loop back using highway
Availability: Open 24/7, year round
Nearest community: Located in Antigonish
There are no washrooms available along the trail.
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